Our study used a multidimensional approach, reflective of the most common conceptualization of the EO construct (Miller 1983), including dimensions of innovativeness, proactiveness
, and risk-taking.
However, we did not find any significant effects for innovativeness, risk-taking, proactiveness
and the generation in charge of the company.
: strives for novel opportunities which may or may not be allied to the existing line of operations.
Personality traits of an effective entrepreneur were measured under five traits namely: Proactiveness
, risk-taking, autonomy, creativity and locus of control.
lack entrepreneurial orientation in terms of proactiveness
. In contrast,
The author revealed that a firm with a high degree of proactiveness
provides competitive advantage from the competitors.
Over the years some important dimensions of corporate entrepreneurship have been identified, which includes innovativeness, proactiveness
, risk-taking, competitive aggressiveness and autonomy and self-renewal (Zahra and Garvis 2000; Lumpkin and Dess 1996; Covin and Miles 1999; Pittaway 2001).
Focusing on detail, feasibility, proactiveness
, amount of planning, and past actions are active and effective ways for entrepreneurs to cope with errors.
in Engagement: Although many organizations treat the question of involving law enforcement agencies in cybersecurity as a matter of whether to do so, it often comes down to when.
Entrepreneurial orientation (EO) encompasses the simultaneous presence of innovativeness, proactiveness
, and risk taking in firms (Miller, 1983).
But Jim said: "I know the current economic downturn has had a negative impact on sales but I ask you to take into consideration my hard work, proactiveness
and loyalty to the company over a decade."
"Working in a young, dynamic organisation against an ever-changing economic backdrop requires continual proactiveness
to ensure that the operations run smoothly.